Chipotle announced it will hire 5,000 employees on Sept. 28 for its second-annual National Career Day. The new hires will join an existing workforce of approximately 60,000.
Managers of each restaurant will host open interviews from 8:00 to 11:00 a.m. and from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. that Wednesday.
“Working here isn’t just a job, but a career where employees learn how to make others better, run a successful business, master culinary skills, and most importantly, become true leaders, of teams of top performers,” Monty Moran, co-CEO of Chipotle said in a statement.
Chipotle offers a benefits package that includes paid sick leave and vacation time, as well as tuition assistance, discounted graduate and undergraduate classes, insurance and a 401(k) matching program.
More than 9,000 current and former Chipotle employees have filed a class-action law suit against the company for practices encouraging off-the-clock work and restricting over-time pay.
To learn more about which jobs are available and/or to apply for an interview, visit Chipotle’s website.
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